|Official name||Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration|
|Address||Level 23, 525 Collins Street|
|Telephone||+61 3 8608 2931|
|Fax||+61 3 8608 2734|
The Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) was established in 1985 on the initiative of the Institute of Arbitrators, Australia. Particular emphasis has been placed upon the requirements and philosophy of international commercial trade dispute resolution in and around Asia and the Pacific. However, the interest and involvement of ACICA extends to all aspects of world trade and commerce.
The Centre promotes the use of international arbitration in dispute resolution particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. The Centre provides facilities for the administration and conduct on international commercial arbitrations in Australia. It establishes and maintains panels of qualified arbitrators for international arbitrations.
- administrative and secretarial services;
- air conditioned hearing rooms and arbitratorsí rooms;
- customs and entry assistance;
- exhibit storage area;
- financial management service;
- hotel reservation service;
- interpreter service;
- recording services;
- consulting rooms for use by parties and their legal representatives;
- telephone and facsimile services;
- transcription services;
- travel assistance;
- witness waiting rooms.
Hearing and administration facilities are available in all States and Territories of Australia. The major facility is located in Melbourne.
|UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules (1976)|